Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi delivers a speech next to party patron Tin Oo (left) in Yangon, Myanmar, on Monday. Suu Kyi on Monday hinted that her party will win the country's historic elections, and urged supporters not to provoke their losing rivals. Khin Maung Win/AP hide caption

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Thomas Checkler, owner of The Old Village Barber in Worthington, Ohio, discusses the impact that the barrage of political ads have on him and his customers during the 2012 presidential election campaign. Mike Munden/AP hide caption

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This Major-Party Nominee's Not In The Pocket Of Big Donors. Or Any Donors

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"I'm doing something. You know, people can complain about the government all they want, but you see very few people actually attempting to do anything," Ryan Shepard said of running for president. Sean McGinnis Scanlon/Courtesy of Shepard 2016 Campaign hide caption

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This Guy Is Running For President, And So Are More Than 200 Others

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Thousands of Ethiopian opposition activists demonstrate in Addis Ababa on June 2, 2013. The demonstrations were organized by the newly formed Blue Party opposition group. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ethiopia's Blue Party Tries To Reacquaint Nation With Dissent

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Supporters of the Congress for Democratic Change party take part in a meeting in Monorovia on Nov. 20 for the opening of political campaign activities for senatorial elections. Elections are due to take place on Dec. 16, after being suspended because of the Ebola epidemic. Zoom Dosso/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Campaign Rallies Resume In Liberia, Raising Uncertainty Over Ebola Risk

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Ballots are stacked and ready as voters wait in line during the 2012 primaries in Milwaukee. An appeals court ruled Monday that a Wisconsin voter ID law, on hold since 2011, could go into effect, but the Supreme Court stepped in on Thursday night to halt the law again as it decides whether to take the case. Jeffrey Phelps/The Associated Press hide caption

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House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, leaves after a news conference Thursday on Capitol Hill in Washington. Boehner responded positively to the proposals from President Obama about confronting Islamist militants in Iraq and Syria. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Expanding ISIS Fight Scrambles GOP Plan To Extend Budget And Get Out

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Evangelical Christians hold their hands out in prayer during the annual March for Jesus in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2013. Evangelicals play an increasingly large role in the nation's politics. Victor R. Caivano/AP hide caption

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As Evangelical Clout Grows, Brazil May Face New Culture Wars

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Robert Bauer (far left) and Benjamin Ginsberg (far right) are co-chairmen of the president's Commission on Election Administration, appointed to find solutions to election-related issues. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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A campaign banner is posted in Kabul, Afghanistan, for presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah on Sunday. Omar Sobhani/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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